I remember distinctly loving that song to no end, which made sense–at the time, I was a blundering and awkward kid just starting high school. It felt great to sing and laugh at the popular kids.
For this second installment, I’ll be drinking and trying not to evacuate my stomach to Robert Goulet’s The Wonderful World of Love.
Vinyl Me, Please will help you expand and curate your record collection in ways you never thought about pursuing. Luckily, as Spaces demonstrates, VMP has wonderful taste.
You know how this works. Here are my picks for the top 10 albums of the year. What am I missing? 10. Pile – You’re Better Than This… Read more “Best Albums of 2015”
For reasons I can never fully explain, music is usually better when surrounded by the right atmosphere or environment. It’s the reason why a smart soundtrack makes a… Read more “Essential Winter Listening, vol. 1”
When navigating the bumpiest parts of their lives, people with very little direction hold for dear life onto the music that guides them through tough times. The Get Up Kids were doing exactly that for me in 1999.
Man, I tell you what–I don’t know how I got stuck pitbull-sitting for Tina while she goes down to The Greasy Diesel to, as she said, “get her drank on,”… Read more “A Nickelback fan reviews Modern Baseball”